Thanks for following our blog and thanks for listening to our network. We are proud to say that we are making great progress with the network and received confirmation with a great lineup of guests for the Choppin it Up show. This Sunday we go to the WoodShed with Avery McFadden. The following week the 22nd we talk with Lolita Carter of Dominguez Hills and City Sound. The 29th we talk with Robert Conner of Cream Percussion, and start the month of August with The 90 Degree Show: Goodbye the Capital City Classic with co host Marice Bailey. Marice will give the vibe and the word on the street in Jackson. In the middle of August we will chop it up with Christine Ngeo Katzman of Halftime Mag, and Tim Hinton of the Marching Roundtable. To wrap up the month of August we will talk to Maleta Wilson of HBCU Tours. Stay tuned for spoilers on how we will handle the upcoming marching season!
Jason H. Hartsfield is a 2001 graduate of Temple University with a BA in liberal arts and a at Temple, Mr. Hartsfield was involved in several student organizations, and Temple Rugby. In 2007 Jason graduated from Iowa State University with a M. ED in Educational Leadership of Policy Studies. Mr. Hartsfield has worked in education for the last 11 years. The last eight years have been spent working with college students in various positions, including academic advising and residential life. Over the last two years, Mr. Hartsfield has become an expert in living learning communities and mental health issues and college students.
Thanks for reading our blog! We update the blog for the marching podcast to give more detailed information about TMP, upcoming interviews, more information about our instructors, scholarship alerts, and suggested literature from our resident experts. Avery and Jason are instructors and part of instruction is literature on the subject at hand. There are lots of good books out there to propel success and open our minds to more knowledge. On the top right of our blog there is tab for suggested literature. This tab contains all the books that have cleared the expertise of our resident instructors and advise our listeners to read them to advance themselves. When there are updates to this tab we will post a notice to check it out. Avery has updated the literature tab with books for trumpet from beginner to advanced. We hope you enjoy and find something informative to lead your way!